Also by this author: Neon White, Neon White E2, Neon White
This is going to be a bloody shit day.
The Alpha is missing, for one thing. Raven's partner Jessy is still struggling to deal with his death. Finding out that his body is missing from the morgue is a big enough shock, so what happens next is going to be unbelievable...
Especially for Raven.
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I am not a Wulf fan girl, let me get that out there right now. I am saying that because I want this to come across as a real review and not some review gushed by a fan girl. Who am I kidding, I am a total fan girl and I LOVE Wulf and his writing.
This is the third episode and I don’t think the fourth one is out yet. I may have to show up on Wulf’s doorstep and demand he finish it, but only after I have finished all the other books I am reading, I mean I do have my limits :D. If you have not read my review of the first two they can be found Episode 1 and Episode 2. If you have not read the first two, this one will have some spoilers, by necessity and not by choice per say.
This novella picks up where the end of episode 2 ends, with Raven being attacked by what at first glance is a hell hound in his family mansion. His partner is determined to find out the responsible party and even goes to Raven’s Demon boyfriend for assistance. Mind you his partner is a witch who believes that this particular demon is responsible for the death of her entire family.
Not only is Raven’s condition bleak, for lack of better word, but the Alpha Seth who just confessed his love is now missing and only one entity knows what happened in that room. An entity that may be a little too close to the whole situation.
So this one has more sexy time than the second one, actually more than the first one as well. It is portrayed in my opinion appropriately and while it is of course graphic, I mean this is Wulf and it is a M/M Paranormal Romance, it is not done in such a way that you are left with a bad taste in your mouth.
I think that this third installment actually shines more on the characters and their backgrounds and really helps to develop them, especially Jesse and Raven. The characters you first thought were slimy are still slimy and up to no good, but some characters that I initially did not like I have grown to not only enjoy, but feel for them when circumstances put them into positions beyond their control. All in all this is a good, dark, fun, novella that makes me happy to read. One that I do not and can not put down.